|The final two of Guatemala.|
|Description||The two final contestants who plead their cases to the Jury to win the game|
The Australian Outback
The Final Two are the two contestants still remaining on the last day of the game (typically Day 39, although in Survivor: The Australian Outback the game lasted for 42 days), who must plead their cases to the Jury at the Final Tribal Council. A Final Two has occurred during all pre-Survivor: Cook Islands seasons, Survivor: Micronesia and Survivor: Tocantins. This format is the original format of the final few, with the only alternative being the Final Three.
- It is speculated that Micronesia and Tocantins were supposed to have a Final Three, but were changed due to medevacs of contestants (James Clement and Jonathan Penner in Micronesia and Joe Dowdle in Tocantins).
- The most recent completed season with a Final Two was Survivor: Tocantins.
- The Final Two event is becoming increasingly rare since the inclusion of the Final Three.
- As of Season 27, Survivor started out with twelve straight Final Twos, but since then it has only two out of the last fifteen seasons. Final two has happened 14 out of 27 seasons (51.85%).
- Borneo is the first season to have a final two